fame: insane food
Posted in the Christian Forum
#1 Feb 14, 2013
If someone watches instructional cooking shows on the American television network the Cooking Channel, would they be considered nosy or boring, since the network presents personal recipes by various celebrities?
That is to say, is the populist celebrity-based Planet Hollywood restaurant franchise considered gaudy because it is symbolic of relaxation or because it is symbolic of fame?
The gluttony-anxious Hollywood (USA) movie "Celebrity" (1998) explored the psychological concept that human beings are fascinated by fame because it caters to their lazy instincts for labor-free praise.
Does a psyche villain avatar such as Two-Face create potential possibilities for critiquing the spiritual malady of social sloth? Two-Face would after all, be wrathful against fame malaise.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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